Salt Lake City, UT – Chilean-American writer Isabel Allende has been called the most widely read Spanish-language author in the world. She's also regarded as a feminist icon, and Wednesday she's delivering the Tanner Lecture on Human Values at the University of Utah. Her lecture will explore femininity and try to follow the thread of hope that transcends cultures and generations. Allende also has a new memoir, and she'll join Doug Fabrizio in studio.
Wednesday, December 2nd from 7-9 p.m., Isabel Allende will give the 2009 Tanner Lecture on Human Values at the University of Utah's Union Ballroom. The event is free and open to the public. For information on that and on tomorrow's panel discussion of Allende's work, visit the Tanner Humanities Center on-line